Join me on this emigration-themed Bremen and Bremerhaven virtual tour through 1,200 years of history... all from the comfort of your home!
For a limited time until 29th of May 2021:
30 % off the regular tour price!
Tour Price: Instead of
8 US Dollars
ONLY 5.60 US Dollars per person
What you will get from the Bremen virtual tour...
This Bremen virtual tour is for you if...
Your tour guide:
I have a special interest in "ancestral tourism" and wrote my recent Master thesis in tourism about this topic. So this Bremen virtual tour will be all about what emigration from the old Hanseatic town of Bremen and the nearby port of Bremerhaven was like for the emigrants to the new world.
Join me on a 1-hour Bremen virtual tour in English at these times:
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What you'll see on the 1 hour Bremen virtual tour:
1. The old port of Bremen
We will start our virtual tour at the river bank of the river Weser in Bremen, which was the very first harbor of Bremen. The first emigrants left from here before Bremerhaven was founded in 1827.
2. The Böttcherstraße
We will visit the street where decaffeinated coffee was invited by a Bremen merchant. Here, we will also learn more about trade from and to Bremen, which has a long tradition in the city.
3. The Roland statue, cathedral and market square
This statue from the year 1404 depicts a knight called Roland and is one of Bremen's two UNESCO World Heritage sights. I will explain why the Roland is also known as Bremen's "Statue of Liberty". Plus, we will see the Bremen Cathedral, the medieval market square and the equally old Town Hall.
4. The Bremen Town Musicians
On this virtual tour, we will of course make a stop at Bremen's most famous statue: the four animals from the fairy tale of the Brothers Grimm (the donkey, the dog, the cat and the rooster).
5. The Schnoor quarter
The oldest quarter of the city of Bremen features houses that sometimes date back to the 1400s. We can also find the smallest hotel in Bremen here.
6. The harbor town of Bremerhaven
On an emigration-themed tour we won't miss a statue of emigrants marking the spot in Bremerhaven from where over 7 million people left on ships to the "new world". We will also take a look at the outside of the interactive Emigration Museum in Bremerhaven, which is located in the same area.